YOUTH AS EVANGELISTS

YOUTH AS EVANGELISTS
Saturday, April 14, 2012
9:00 am – 3:OO PM
Elizabethtown Church of God

90% of people become Christians before the age 18. People who are effectively discipled while still teens are 5 times as likely to be a part of the church and its mission when they reach age 25. The most effective evangelists, especially among the youth generation are peer evangelists.

The next elective in the ERC School of Evangelism. This class is taught by Dr. Steve Dunn and various youth workers outlining how we equip our youth to serve as evangelists to their peers. Cost is $20 for one student, $50 for three or more students from the same church. There is no charge if this is your first class with the School. To register go to EVANGELISM PLUS http://www.ercevangelism.com. Or you can call 717-898-8144 to register by phone.

Registration deadline is April 10.
Register by April 6th and receive a free book from the Commission on Evangelism.

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About sdunnpastor

I am the Director of Bridgebuilders Ministries, the Intentional Interim of the Newport PA Church of God, and adjunct professor for Winebrenner Theological Seminary. I am the creator of Bridgebuilders Seminar, helping churches reach their unchurched neighbors.
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3 Responses to YOUTH AS EVANGELISTS

  1. Lisa Rehrer says:

    Publicizing this event here at the church, but have a question:

    Doesn’t the second paragraph have an error in it? It says “People who are effectively while still teens are 5 times as likely to be a part of the church and its mission when they reach age 25.” When I read this sentence, I questioned – effectively what? Isn’t there a word missing there?

    Just checking. Thank you!

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